- A picture of a physically challenged boy hawking sachet water has gone viral on social media
- A former Lagos state lawmaker, Honourable Ipoola Ahmed Omisore, took to his Facebook page to ask for the boy's whereabouts
- Omisore says he will sponsor the boy's education up to university level if anyone could locate him
A former Lagos state lawmaker, Honourable Ipoola Ahmed Omisore, has asked Nigerians to help locate a young boy who hawks sachet water on the street despite being physically challenged.
The ex-lawmaker took to his official Facebook page to post the picture of the boy, asking Nigerians to share so as to locate the boy.
Legit.ng notes that Omisore expressed sadness that the young boy still hawks on the street in spite of his disability.
In other news, life has indeed been good to a young Nigerian orange seller identified as Adeoyelu Ayomide since he went viral on social media for his singing talent and became an instant sensation.
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Legit.ng sighted some new photos of Ayomide who appeared to be having the time of his life on a school vacation trip in Paris.
Popular religious cleric, Reverend Esther Ajayi, posted the new photos of Ayomide on her official page on Instagram.
Recall that Ayomide’s story took a massive turn for the better after someone spotted him singing while he was hawking oranges and made a video.
After the video surfaced online, many were mesmerised by his powerful and angelic voice, and Rev Ajayi was among those who came forward to make life much better for him. Ajayi adopted the youngster and also enrolled him in one of the top-institutions in Lagos.
Sharing the recent photos on her page, Rev. Ajayi had a short sermon for her fans and followers on the social media platform. She urged them to be reminded that every struggle is proof that they have not been overcome by the enemies.
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Ajayi told them not to close the pages of the book yet as there are still many pages to fill up. She noted that the end of the road does not signify the end of a journey.
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